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July 2011

Let's Stop Violence Before It Starts: Using primary prevention strategies to engage men, mobilize communities, and change the world (Workshop notes)

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This document represents the text of a one-day workshop presented by Dr Michael Flood. Hosted by the women’s organization Soroptimist International, the workshop took place in Mt Gambier, South Australia, on July 15th 2011. The workshop took up the second day of the two-day conference United Against Domestic Violence – Engaging All Men in Prevention.
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Understanding MenÍs Versus WomenÍs Intimate Partner Violence

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"In my previous paper, ÔTruth or Fiction: Men as Victims of Domestic Violence?' I argued that although women do commit Ôintimate partner violence' (IPV) towards male partners, their violence is not equivalent to men's violence either in intent, frequency, severity or outcome (James, 1999). In this paper, I will review the research that has been conducted since that paper was written, to see if those claims are still current."